Maartje Elshout is a researcher in the unit Consumer Research within the Quantitative Analysis department. She is engaged in contract research in the field of consumer behaviour.
Maartje completed the two-year Research Master of Social and Behavioural Sciences (cum laude; 2010) as well as her PhD in Psychology at Tilburg University. Her dissertation, titled “Vengeance”, focused on identifying the core characteristics of vengeance. During her studies, Maartje worked as a tutor, research assistant, teaching assistant, and lab coordinator. After finishing her PhD, she worked as a lecturer in the Human-Technology Interaction group at Eindhoven University of Technology (2014-2015). As a lecturer, she taught several courses, such as Behavioural Research Methods, Advanced Social Psychology, and Advanced Consumer Behaviour.